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I remember the first time I used Zoom: the many technical difficulties, cameos from children, pets, greenscreen backgrounds and an inability to feel completely comfortable on camera. 

When COVID-19 first began it was understood by most that these things were normal and could be overlooked. But now, as video conferences become the new norm, it is more important than ever to broadcast a professional and confident persona. As the importance of your online performance increased, so has the anxiety and fatigue around attempting to perfect your online presence. 

During our upcoming workshop “How to project leadership and get results on video conferences,” leadership communication and influence expert Dr. Laura Sicola shares essential strategies for projecting confidence and authority when running a virtual event.

If you need help overcoming the discomfort of being on camera, want to learn the correct equipment for a great visual presentation or are wondering whether you even sound natural, this workshop is the first step in successfully upholding your personal and professional brand online. 

Join Dr. Laura Sicola and the AssociationSuccess.org team in the live chat on Sept. 23rd for an insightful hour into the secrets of projecting leadership and getting results during your video appearances. 

Don’t want to wait to hear Dr. Sicola’s words of wisdom? Check out her TEDx talk “Want to Sound Like a Leader? Start by Saying Your Name Right,” a viral video on learning to hone your vocal executive presence.

 

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Ashley joined the AssociationSuccess.org team as Community Coordinator in 2020 and spends her working hours focused on providing value to our members. In her free time, Ashley enjoys DIY crafts and playing with her puppy, Scooby.

Ashley joined the AssociationSuccess.org team as Community Coordinator in 2020 and spends her working hours focused on providing value to our members. In her free time, Ashley enjoys DIY crafts and playing with her puppy, Scooby.

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